PCB Shuts Down Its Headquarter Resulting from COVID-19


The headquarters of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have been shut down on account of high-ranking official testing optimistic for COVID-19, simply days after the sixth version of Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) was postponed as a result of virus.

PCB has determined to shut down the workplace as a precautionary measure, and the staff have been requested to do business from home.


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The identification of the official has not been revealed by the PCB, however it’s understood that he’s a extremely influential particular person inside the PCB. The workers has been suggested to comply with the Customary Working Procedures (SOPs) and isolate at dwelling for the remainder of the week.

In keeping with sources, the official had not visited Karachi for PSL 6 and was current in Lahore during the event. Nonetheless, the incident has raised just a few considerations forward of Pakistan’s tour of South Africa.

It’s reported that the person had visited the preparations camp on the Nationwide Excessive-Efficiency Heart (NHPC) just lately. The camp included the probables for the South African tour, together with nationwide and home gamers.


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Few extra nationwide workforce gamers had been anticipated to hitch the camp within the coming days, as PSL 6 was postponed, however PCB has determined to not embrace them till NHPC is cleared after testing of workers. The gamers current on the camp can be anticipated to remain within the bio-secure bubble on the NHPC any longer.

Abdullah Shafique, Abid Ali, Asad Shafiq, Azhar Ali, Fawad Alam, Haris Sohail, Imran Butt, Kamran Ghulam, Mohammad Abbas, Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan, Saud Shakeel, Tabish Khan, and Yasir Shah had been among the many 25 gamers referred to as for the month-long camp on the NHPC.



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